Buying a gift for someone who has a particular hobby or joy is something we all love to do. If you know a book lover, then new releases from their favorite author, or a series in their favorite genre is a great way to go. For car lovers, there are so many choices too.
So if you have a car lover in your life, and you want to get them something, then here is a handy list for you.
Most cars come with a reasonable sound system, and for long drives, there is nothing like winding down the window, catching some breeze, and listening to your favorite tracks. Try and go for something hardwearing that can be fitted by the giftee. A great shout is the GTO609C from JBL.
While many people are still using their mobile phones, that isn’t always the safest option. Getting them a cheap Sat Nav on Latest Deals will save you some serious cash, and give them a level of safety to their driving. For extra fun, you can add some addresses in advance and head out on a road trip when you are both free.
If your friend is a heavy shopper or is often out on long muddy walks, then the chances are their boot is a bit of a mess. Get them a truck organizer, Drive Auto Products have a really great option. It is sturdy but can be removed and cleaned with ease. Perfect for long road trips, a lot of groceries, or just for people who really love to be organized.
Many of us have crummy messy cars. It can be a bit of a chore to pull out the big vacuum and do the car. So getting a mini handheld vacuum is solving this issue pretty quickly. Look for one that has a range of heads so that they can get right into the crevices in the seats and the small nooks in the door too.
There shouldn’t be a car on the road that doesn’t have a first aid kit. And while this might sound a little too practical, it is also perfect. Even if they already have one, it is better to have more than less. A great choice is the excursion road kit by Lifeline. It has 76 essentials from flashlights and batteries to tools like screwdrivers and pliers.
Most people have their phones in the car with them. And often, as mentioned above, they are used for extra help with directions. If the phone isn’t secure, it can slide around and become a serious hazard. A magnetic phone mount that attaches to the dash is a great idea. A cradle-free option means they can place the phone on and go.
When it comes to people who love cars, think practical, and you can’t go far wrong. And, if you’re still in doubt – create a road trip snack pack with cereal bars, nuts, and a few emergency bottles of water.